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just burned washington. that was kind of scaring the people in baltimore city. and fort mchenry was the only thing standing in between the british ships and baltimore city. >> can you describe fort mchenry to us? >> absolutely. from the air, the fort looks like a giant star. it has points on it called "bastions" so that the cannons can have crossfire all the way around the fort. and fort mchenry is named for james mchenry. he was the secretary of war at the time fort mchenry was being built. >> we are standing on the parade ground. this grassy area is where troops would muster for various ceremonies, such as inspection, morning parade, and whatnot. around us are the barracks. they would have been -- back in 1814, they would have been one story. the second story was added in 1829. the fort as you see it now, in general, looks more like it would have done in the civil war. >> the american general in charge of the fort wanted to show the british that we weren't afraid. so, he sent word here, to the home of mary pickersgill. mary was a well-known flag maker. so, mary, what did the g
also happened to know sloan was afraid his largest customer named henry ford was about to take the business in house and leave sloan high and dry with the production capacity. that was arguably the most hiring decision of the 20th century. but the end of approaching from the sidelines as sloan transformed it into america's industrial icon. sloan was durant's opposite in all respects, masai say the to precise. they were like oil and water. they were at odds over how they were managing all of the companies he brought in to general motors. his frenetic style and failure to establish the central control drove him absolutely at the wall. in fact, slow and actually prepared his resignation for general motives and accepted the job offer when push came to shove in the showdown in 1920, billy was out the door and up the street while alfred tore up his resignation and soon took the command. that is just a two-minute synopsis of the story. in the history of business or for that reason the human species. a few years ago they made a movie about howard hughes, the aviator built on his obsess
conoceremos la vida de henry cejudo, un joven que rompiÓ la barrera de la pobreza logrando abrir la puerta hacÍa un camino lleno de tupdzoportuns >>> este fue el momento mÁs emocionante de su vida. >>> a sus 21 aÑos de edad, henry cejudo fue el luchador mÁs joven en ganar el oro para estados unidos. >>> corrÍ era como mis alas. el camiÓn hasta aquÍ no fue nada fÁcil, henry es el menor de 6 hermanos. >>> la vida de nosotros siempre fue compartir sÍ querias o no, compartimos la ropa, todo era de todos >>> sus padres cruzaron la frontera ilegalmente de mÉxico, su padre estuvo ausente y su madre los criÓ sola >>> fue la oportunidad que tuvo mi madre que cambiÓ todo, sÍ me faltÓ cosas en la casa, a veces comida, ropa, sea lo que sea pero siempre tenÍamos.... la mente de pensar de pensar en grande >>> henry encontrÓ refugio a sus carencias materiales en la escuela, y el deporte. y su esfuerzo dio fruto. en el 20082 dos de su hermanoso acompaÑaron en beijing pero su felicidad no fue completa. >>> la persona que me ha creado, de 21 aÑos de pi vida no estuvo ahÍ >>> su mamÁ no
, henry ? oh, i was justondering if i can be of help. - esn't sound li the hry i know. - hey, i'm feeling good, okay ? does this ha anyth to do withour date last saturday ? - it might. - well, i'm glad one of us has a love life. congratulations, henry. what's the young lady's name ? oh, sara. she's in my social studies class. theyenbowling saturday night that's what i call a h date. meaningful relatnships have started with a lot less. my goodness. how serious is this ? it isn't serious. we're just startinto get to know one another. that's thepirit, henry. don'ru into anything. a bowling date is rdly rushing thgs, jess. are we keepi you up ? - oh, i'm sorry, mr. brashov. - do you suppose i could leave a little early tonight ? - by all means, leave early. perhapyo feel better tomorr. jamal, what do you know about computers ? i know tt ey're ry expensive and that i can't afford one. but prices are coming down at th. this is a closeout. it's on sale because it's lt year's model. but it would work, wouldn't it ? sure but it would be slow. and it might beto
by henry washburn, had ventured into yellowstone to see if these stories were true. an account of their experiences appeared in scribner's monthly thllowing spring. the editors had hid yog mora to turn field sketches made by amateur artists in the party into publishable illustrations. this commission introduced moran to a landscape he had not yet seen, and changed the course of his career. his interest piqued, moran arranged to join an upcoming expedition to yellowstone led by ferdinand hayden, a geologist who had lobbied congress for funding. moran borrowed $500 from the publisher of scribner's, using his painting "children of the mountain" as collateral. he obtained an additnal $500 and a letter of introduction from jay cooke, a prominent philadelphia financier and a principal investor in the northern pacific railroad. in july of 1871, moran traveled by train to utah, where just two years earlier, the union pacific and the cel pacific had linked to form the first transcontinental railway. he joined hayden's party in montana. they proceeded to fort ellis and soon entered the f
. the star system is dangerous, it takes a tremendous toll on the minds and the emotions of people. (henry rogers) we lost james dean that way; he couldn't handle it. i have never done anything right. i've been going around with my head in the sling. i dn't want to drag you in but i can't help it. see, i think that you can't just go around proving things, pretending like you're tough. and you can't -- even though you look a certain way, you can't-- that's right, you're absolutely right. you're not listening to me! (henry rogers) clift was a perfect example. he was emotionally disturbed. he would have been better off running a grocery store in some little town in the midwest, where the public wouldn't pay any attention to him, than he would as a film star. (scary music playing) (henry rogers) he was a fine outstanding actor, but emotionally, he couldn't stand the strain. ♪ i wanna be ♪ loved by you ♪ just you and ♪ nobody else but you ♪ i wanna be ♪ loved by you alone ♪ (jane russell) marilyn was very fragile. god, if i'd lived in 7 different foster homes, i would have been a
have team coverage for tonight's big win. we want to begin with henry wolford, with more on the sports. >> reporter: hello, diane, you know the countdown is complete, the number to clinch the national league west is down to ze zero. and it is a night to celebrate at china basin, fantastic night, padres, giants, madison bumgarner, singles to center. giants take a 3-1 lead. bottom of the 4th, two on, two out for the red hot. marco scutoro, giants lead, 5-1, top of the ninth, two outs, fly out to center. yes, they are the national league west division champs. giants win, 8-4. >> we have had a lot of fun from the beginning of it. and whatever has happened during the season you will have little bumps here and there. and luckily we have been actually pretty healthy this year, we have had other hiccups, guys took it in stride and didn't worry about it. >> i just tried to show up every day, and ready to play. you know, just contribute. and try to just help the team win. >> it is a great feeling. you know you put in so much work, throughout the course of the year this is what you worked for. it
trail heard today, holding events in key battleground states, including virginia. ed henry has the latest in the race for the white house. >> reporter: hitting the campaign trail immediately after the democratic national convention, president obama kicks off a two-day bus tour through florida, eager to scoop up the sunshine state's mother load of 29 electoral votes. >> by the way, i do care. and i like the term obama care. mr. roomny said he's going to repeel it meaning he don't care. >> reporter: any bounceback could be stalled by friday's dismal unemployment report showing nibblings thousand jobs were added to the economy last month and the vice president tried to shift the focus, instead, to the priorities of the gop ticket. >> i ask you literally to ask yourself the following questions: do folks in ohio really think that governor romney with his views on outsourcing and views on general motors and chrysler and beyond that, do they honestly believe, had he been present the last four years, there would be today 115,000 auto jobs in ohio? >> reporter: the republican nominee, m
. all right. thank you, rob. >>> let's bring in henry, comcast sportsnet for a look at sports and what a game for the as, henry. absolutely. how about fireworks during the daytime. a real disappointing first eight inning for the oakland a fans at the coliseum but it all changed in the bottom of the ninth. highlights of a crucial game for the green and gold as they try to keep their wild card lead alive. next. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. the american league wild card is definitely living up to the hype. the race to the postse
. harry has the latest on what happened. henry? >> the raiders celebrated as they upset the steelers 34-31 but the team's top receive isser missed the celebration because he's in the hospital with a neck injury. he was involved in that helmet-to-helmet hit this afternoon. we have the video to show you. it happened in the fourth quarter. the steelers defensive back ryan mundy delivered the hit. he was on the ground 12 minutes and was taken off the field on a stretcher. he gave a thumbs up as he left the field. >> i know they took him to the hospital, but what i know right now is he has concussion. i'll leave it at that. >> he was able to talk a little bit. he was able to extremities so that was a good sign. really my concern is with vhb and i'm not concerned about anything that went in to that. i have a player that i got concern for. >> well, according to the raiders, darrius heyward-bey will remain in eden hospital in castro valley overnight. doctors say he's in stable condition. we wish him the best and we will keep our viewers updated on the story. >> thank you, henry. one question fo
? joining me cnn political contributor hillary rosen, "times" editor henry padgett. henry, let me start with you. you studied these figures. does he get a pass, mitt romney? seems to me just looking at them, anyone that gives $4 million to charity in one year, you can hardly accuse him of milking the system too much, can you? >> that's right. that's impressive. he's been very generous, given a lot away. certainly it could have been worse if they had to say look, there were three years where he paid no taxes. that would have been a monstrous story. on the other hand, 14% tax, 20% tax rate, vastly below what a normal person would be paying on ordinary income and part of what romney has done so effectively has been effectively to shelter his income as investments and pay a much lower tax rate. >> can you do that if you're a very wealthy guy or woman? is that the bottom line? >> that's the real message when you dig into the tax returns that have been released, the tremendous sophistication and expense required to effectively avoid taxes as well as he has. that's not available to everybody i
in business insiders henry blodgett. it is going to be about the things brian mentioned but also about the earbuds. >> that's right. and this they have a new cord and people are either ecstatic about the new cord because it is going to be faster or they are incredibly annoyed because they spent the last five years building a household supply of the old cords and those are going to be obsolete. yes, there will definitely be a lot of surprises. but the key for the stock and for the company is the iphone. we seem to have pretty good expectations as to what it is, so be very interesting to see whether it is a surprise. >> henry, stay with us. we've got the bond results. yesterday we had an a-minus, three-year auction. rick santelli is here with a grade on the ten-year. >> it is going to have to simmer in my brain while i give you all the specifics. first this is a nine year 11 month auction. issuance we started last month. indirect average 42%. this was light at 36 and change. we take a grade off right away for the bid to cover on the light side. priced through right into new wi highs. thi
everybody. pretty easy commute thus far, most of thecrossings looking pretty good. the fort mchenry tunnel everything is fantastic and how about the harbor tunnel rather looking good at this hour? one construction delay to bring to your attention. sinclair lane both directions at edison highway we have some tie-ups due to the of night construction. and most of 695 on the western side of town dealing with some construction right at liberty road. outside we go for our live shot and we'll take a look at 83. york road things are looking good at the present hour. your drive times looking stellar right now. 695 outer loop from 795 to 95, that's an 11 minute commute. route 43 to 695 do that about four minutes. more about the traffic in less than ten. megan? >>> when you put on the ravens' jersey you can think art modell. he is the man who brought football back to baltimore and this morning he's not hospital said to be in grave condition. the 87-year-old purchased the cleveland browns back in 1961 and then moved the franchise to baltimore in 1996. that move made him a hero in this city. he sold th
obrero llega al hospital >>un perro deja en claro que es el mejor amigo de su amo. >>henry santos muestra que su talento va mucho más allá >>un jefe de la policía abusaba de su poder para llevar a las agentes a la cama, los videos pusieronal descubierto >>bienvenidos a primer impacto, soy bárbara bermudo >>más adelante tenemos imágenes de un policía que abusaba de su poder >>un video muestra como no había justificacion para quitarle la vida a un hispano >>un alguacil se detiene ante tres hombre, uno de ellos se echa a correr y el oficial le dispara siete veces, johanttan cuevas ya estaba tirado en el piso y le dio un tiro a quemarropa la familia de cuevas acaba de ver las imágenes grabadas hace dos años, pero que solo ahora fueron entregadas por la ciudad. >>me dolio mucho ver el video, me da mucho coraje sabe que mi hijo murió >>el oficial dice que disparo en defensa propia porque cuevas le mostró un arma >>la policía dijo que johnattan saco una pistola, en el video se ve claro que no fue así, solo corrio >>la policía dice y asegura que en la escena encontraron el arma que
the way around. thank you, rob. >>> let's bring in henry from comcast sportsnet for a look at what's going on in the sports world. hello, henry. >> hello, diane. days after surgery, brandon mccarthy shows signs of progress, great news. but what is his biggest concern this weekend? it might surprise you. >>> there won't be a sweep this weekend in san francisco. the dodgers let everyone know that the race in the nl west is far from being over. sports is next. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. giants began the day with a 5 1/2 game lead over the dodgers in the west, and with only a few weeks left in the season, this weekend could be their chance to deliver the knockout blows. however, l.a. had different plans. game two of three. bottom of the first, two on, one out, buster posey with the line drive to third. off the glove of luis cruz. marco scutaro scores to make it 1-0 san francisco. bottom of the seventh tied at one, bell grounds out to the pitcher, but posey will tap home plate. g-men up 2-1. eighth inning, run on third, one out, matt cain, uh-oh, wild catch, alex castellanos scores. we a
henry. this is a section of it. skyscrapers and everything. j hammer henry mallet [inaudible] could barely fit hammer poking out like natural man's skyscraper to the concrete for deep machine sleep abouts income. don't go john henry traffic man, don't go across that street. the flood song poems were poems written in reaction to katrina. how can i enter that space of writing poems about that. i'm not from there and don't have family there. who benefits from that tragedy? who benefits from that disregard for humanity and the thought animals would benefit from that. this first poem is flood songs number 4 mosquitoes drinking didy. >> drink every hour next up this hour and every hour after. was born in the river there is enough to go around. drink every hour on the hour and every hour after. in the river
as well. now speaking of the a's, let's bring in henry for a look at that. hi there, henry. >> hello, kris. that was a great moment out there, by the waxt get this who is the hottest team in baseball? your oakland a's are smoking hot. looking for their 9th straight win this afternoon. the road has been kind to the giants. they blow in and out of the windy city on a high note. hang with them. sports is next. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. >> welcome back to nbc bay area. no one saw it coming not even the green and gold. oakland has the hottest team in baseball. and they are in position to get to the postseason. however, with 29 games remaining it's way too early to celebrate. action this afternoon. going for the sweep against the red sox. breast cancer awareness we mentioned at the
, at historic fort mchenry. during the war of 1812, this is where the battle was fought that inspired francis scott key to write "the star-spangled banner," so it's the perfect place to learn about the right way to handle our flag. patrick rawle is a park ranger. but today, he's wearing a uniform from colonial times. don't let that bright-red color confuse you. >> to arms! the redcoats are coming! the redcoats are coming! >> so, could you explain your uniform for us? >> i am dressed as a musician in the united states corps of artillery. musicians wore red so officers could easily spot them on the field of battle. all right, guys! one quick thing! when the flag starts to pull as i'm raising it, you got to let go, okay? >> do you raise the flag every single day, even if no one's here? >> that is correct. we are mandated by law. president truman, in 1948, declared that fort mchenry should fly the flag 24/7, 365 days. >> like our country, our flag has changed a lot through the years. how long has the flag looked the way it does? >> the flag has had 50 stars and 13 stripes since 1960. >> that's wh
, no problems through the fort mc henry tunnel. a 15 minute ride from white marsh in to the city. looking at other drive times no more questions concerns this morning on the beltway. 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 795, down towards 95. >>> football fever is in the air once again. the ravens will take on the cincinnati bangles at the bank. sherrie johnson is live this morning, she has been out talking with fans and getting the insights on what we can expect. what are fans saying? >> reporter: ravens fans are excited about tonight's game. i have been out here talking with folks. right now i have buddy and kenny, joining me live here this morning. they are great, chatting it up with me. buddy, what are your thoughts about the game. you are headed out there tonight. >> i'm excited for tonight's game. the weather is perfect. i am taking my wife to the first ravens game, the opening game. she will enjoy all the moments of tonight's game. >> reporter: excellent. what do you think about the offense. >> i think the ravens are going to do very well. flacco is better when he doesn't have f
of 1812 and the national anthem. for the mchenry -- fort mchenry guards will lead them in the singing. >>> within man could not get his hands on the iphone. how he decided to bust into an apple store and the whole thing caught on camera. >>> volunteers are rolling up their sleeves this weekend to clean up maryland's waterways. >>> everything is up to speed on 95 at the fort mchenry tunnel. i'll let you know how the traffic is shaping up on 83 and the beltway. >>> we're giving way $600 in free gas. all you have to do is like any official abc 2 facebook path. we'll draw a winner later today. good luck. [ç?w?Ñ?Ñ >>> it is one of the craziest heists caught on video. this man crashes his truck through the store front and apple store. he gets out and grabs iphone and ipads off the display table. the police did catch up with him and arrested him for burglary. >>> what a story this new mom from washington state will tell her baby. she was supposed to have a scheduled c-section and not expecting her baby to arrival the baby was not waiting. the mom started going into labor on the drive home
the fort mchenry tunnel as well as harbor tunnel. and for those of you use 695, let's look live outside. here on the west side at liberty road no problems. it will be a nice easy ride getting towards 95 or if you are traveling the inner loop up through pikesville and the beltway in parkville at harford road no problems up to 83. that's the abc2 timesaver traffic. >>> everything is back to normal at washington undulles airport after reports of a bomb threat. they searched the daley parking garages last night but didn't find anything. they say some arriving flights were held away from the gates until all was clear. and no other details on the investigation are being released. but when we get more information, we will of course keep you posted. >>> 4:33. baltimore family is claiming police brutality after a man died last week following an arrest. officers had anthony anderson senior in custody for allegedly selling drugs. police say he died after swallow the drugs. however, witnesses say he was beaten by officers. a protest is happening this afternoon at 3 at the corner ofmontford and bidd
, dealing with a disabled car at the fort mc henry, one southbound lane is going to be blocked now. first crash of the day, northwest baltimore, on reisterstown at prim rose avenue. traveling on 695, here is what the west side looks like, liberty, nothing to get in you way towards 95, parkville, here is what it looks like at harford, 695 in great shape traveling from parkville up towards towson. >>> sitting down to dinner with family and phone rings and it's telemarketers. >> now one lawmaker wants basically harsher penalties for those interrupting your time. >>> sad weekend at the national zoo after the baby panda dies. what we could learn today about the cub's death. anncr: more anti-maryland ads. from this west virginia casino. they want marylanders to keep coming to west virginia... casinos like theirs. spending one hundred seventy million a year. question seven will keep those dollars at home. with a limited expansion of gaming that will mean... hundreds of millions for schools in the baltimore area... and across the state... according to the department of legislative services. and w
preocupación. >> sorprendimos a los héroes del norte en una grabación en los Ángeles. >> vimos a henry santos moviendo sus caderas en "mira quien baila". .muchas gracias por seguir con primer impacto operaron a latin lover, de emergencia, una peritonitis lo envio directo al quirofano >>supuestamente era una infeccion estomacal, ya con los estudio se vio que era apendicitis, se dan cuenta que estaba perforada, entonces ya las cosas se complicaron pero afortunadamente hoy ya lo suben a piso >>los médicos dijeron que esta fuera de peligro, esperamos se recupere pronto >>y los héroes del norte se tomaron los Ángeles. >>caminando por hollywood como toda una estrella me encontré a zacarías tercero de la serie los heroes del norte. >>me dijeron que estaban en busqueda de un nuevo integrante, y yo me dije pa luego es tarde >>me hace una prueba. >>claro, para probarla. >>esta serie viene más divertida que nunca, con más personajes y parajes >>muchos saludos a la comunidad latina, muchas gracias por seguirnos. >>y develando la estrella también. >>simón, estuvo bien chido >>invitamos a la gente
with the teacher strike going out to chicago and talking to labor leader out there henry bayer from the afscme council 31. a little bit later, we'll be joined in studio here by the washington bureau chief of buzz feed. john stanton. but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> on this tuesday other headlines making news, a movie version of the best selling book by joe pazinski, the biography about joe paterno called paterno about the late penn state football coach may be coming to the big screen according to the hollywood reporter. a pitch that features al pacino starring as joe paterno is being shopped to studios this week. >> bill: why would anybody go see that movie? right? i mean seriously. the man -- >> true story. >> bill: he ended up in disgrace. come on. >> al pacino would be perfectly cast as joe paterno. however there is no reason that i would want to go see that movie. there's none. >> bill: absolutely. i think going to see the movie would be like saying i'm a joe pa fan. you know what i me
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to bring in henry for a look at what's going on in the sports world. >> fans and players have been keeping their fingers crossed for brandon mccarthy just days after surgery. he shows more signs of progress. but what's his biggest concern this weekend? might make you smile. and there won't be a sweep this weekend in san francisco. why? because l.a. came to play. oh, yeah. that race in the n.l. west is far from being over. sports is next. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. baseball players can feel the heat. the giants's 5 1/2-game lead over the dodgers is their largest of the season. and this weekend could be their chance to deliver the knockout blow. however, l.a. came to fight today. game two of a three-game series at at&t. bottom of the first, two on, one out, buster posey, line drive to third off the glove of luis cruz. marco scutaro taps home plate for the first run of the game. bottom of the seventh, brandon belt grounds out to the pitcher but posey is safe at the plate. giants lead 2-1. top of the eighth, matt cain, look out. wild pitch. alex castellanos scores. we're tied at 2. then
to look at sports. how are you doing, henry? >> doing great, chris. better than some local football teams. hang with us because it is a very big day in sports. the gridiron, college football kicked into hi gear. cal/bears had a tough test in columbus against the ohio state buckeyes. twelfth team ranked in the country and it went down to the wire. highlights are next. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. >>> welcome back. bay area college football fans are counting on major upsets this weekend. both cal and stanford face opponents ranked in the top 15th on the counrowoun
pretty nice. thank you, rob. >>> time for sports. >>> we are checking in with henry wofford of comcast sportsnet with a little going on with the a's. good news. >> absolutely. good news regarding their pitcher brandon mccarthy. he's close to being taken out of intensive care two days after going emergency surgery on his brain. we will have more for you on that story tomorrow. once again, get well soon, brandon mccarthy. a's and mariners, 2-1as top of the fourth. george hits a two-run shot to right. his fourth home run in four games. 4-1as. two batters later, coco crisp doubles to deep right center. pennington scores from first base. that will make it 5-1. green and gold get the victory 6-1 the final. >>> dodgers and giants in a huge series game. top of the 8th, giants lead and a wild pitch. look out. alex scores. game tied at two. in the ninth inning the guys in blue were counting on hanley ramirez that would double to right center. gonzalez will tap the home plate. giants are 4 1/2 up in the nl west. to college football, stanford hosting duke. it was all cardinal this one. third quart
and set of behaviors, if pushed just a little ways, is pretty frightening. (henry sheehan) it becomes obvious as the film wears on that wayne does not want to rescue his niece, he wants to kill her. nope. our turnin' back don't mean nothin', not in the long run. if she's alive, she's safe. for a while. they'll keep her to raise as one of their own until -- till she's of an age to -- i can't imagine a film in 1956 talking about american fears of interracial sexuality in such an explicit way, outside the bounds of the western. stand aside, martin. no, you don't, ethan. ethan, no, you don't. stand aside. i think that jean-luc godard is supposed to have said he always cries when wayne chases after natalie wood, catches her and lifts her up and you are supposed to think that he's going to shoot her, or strangle her, or something. and he says... let's go home, debbie. (lindsay anderson) it works because ford was a canny filmmaker and he knew how to do a sequence like that, but it doesn't mean very much. my feeling is that the picture is not really a romantic film. not a very idealistic film
back hundreds of years. the original holder was henry viii. a few people have heard of him. >> that's the henry viii, former king of england. and this is prince francisco of spain, the honorable watson of and his highness, prince babi of india. all royals who come to america looking for love. >> i think american girls would suit me better, because they seem more outgoing and more relaxed. on the streets of london, lord rob is highly recognizable. in addition to his lineage, he's also an underwear model who graced covers of several international magazines. >> a lost people say come on, look at you. you have no problems finding a woman. >> you'll make me blush. >> when i go out i enjoy flirting with woman, i enjoy getting numbers but when it comes to finding that right one, that real special one that you can't stop thinking about. you want to do everything together. it's really tough. >> reporter: here's the catch, they're going under cover, not telling anyone about their royal blood lines. they left behind their servants and lavish life stiles for a chance to find something they say
? the weekend? they built the country. eight-hour day came from the 1930's. >> 1914 henry ford doubled wages and to compete gm and chrysler followed suit. 30 years before the uaw insisted. >> because they wanted to compete. >> we would still have the t's 30. >> she is wrong. workers' lives have them plantation proved because of free enterprise contracts helped but then they hurt even the union workers because the rules slow-growth and that is what is best for workers. henry ford doubled wages then hired more. years later they get benefits for awhile but growth slowed then stopped. compared gm with toyota it created 15,000 jobs in america. over the same period gm lost 400,000. how was that good for workers? >> union members should have a right to unionize. but the downside is the opportunities lost because union rules limit the of re
on earth. the half billion dollar satellite just started to vibrate without explanation. >>> henry champ has died. he was a veteran foreign correspondent for this network. he was posted in london, frankfurt, warsaw and washington and covered everything in between. he was part of a class of canadian tv journalists that included jennings and safer. he once said of his native manitoba, 11 months of bad weather, one month of good skating. henry champ was 75 years old. >>> when we come back here tonight, living on a much smaller scale, bordering on claustrophobic. ♪ little boxes on the hillside >>> next at 6:00, will the death penalty proposition really save money? >>> new details about an attempted kidnapping at a local school and a significant shift for those self-driving cars. >>> finally tonight, san francisco is among the country's priciest cities, the housing prices there the highest in the country so now they're trying to think of doing something new, apartments that are not much bigger than a mini storage unit. as you're watching this, if you have a backyard, please remember to coun
like downtown. everything is moving along. no delays traveling through the fort mchenry tunnel. and if you're using 595 to white marsh, it will take you 9 minutes into the city. >>> 6:46. a theme set for a pg county high school student who was fatally shot on the way to school. students and staff will garage her to say good-bye on the football field of central high school at 2:00 in a memorial service that will be held for 18-year-old markkel ross. he was walking to scoot and shot. students are being asked to wear light blue shirts and they will release light blue balloons released today. >>> baltimore public schools have a new approach to safety this morning. this comes on the heels of two gun related incidents at their schools. sherrie johnson is live at school headquarters with more on the security plan. i know you've been work the phones this morning what have you learned? >> reporter: i spoke to baltimore county public school officials and they tell me that today there is a meeting with teachers and staff to talk about an updated building security plan. this is a mandatory
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